Beyond sending a “get-well card,” many people know little about supporting someone through a serious illness — let alone passing through one themselves. Life on Hold answers the need of many people who face — or may soon be faced with — a health crisis of longer duration. Written by a father and daughter who lost their wife and mother to an extended battle with cancer, this sensitive personal journal is dotted with illustrations from real-life survivors. Each chapter offers tools for dealing with the challenges of physical illness. A practical, spiritual handbook, it shows sufferers, ministers, lay workers, family, and friends how to trust God during a season of recovery or release. Scripture and counsel on getting through the first several weeks are among this book’s most rare and precious gifts.
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David G. SeilerDavid G. Seiler, Ph.D., is chief of the Semiconductor Electronics Division, Electronics and Electrical Engineering Laboratory, at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He lives in Maryland and was recently selected to receive a… More about David G. Seiler
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Published by Multnomah Jun 01, 2006| 288 Pages| 5-3/16 x 8-1/4| ISBN 9781590528273